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Tips & Tricks Issue 047 (January 1999)


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Tips & Tricks Issue 047 (January 1999)

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I think this may be the most amusing cover to a game magazine I've ever seen.  Like her fellow archaeologist/adventurer Indiana Jones, Lara is a badass, but put them behind the turntables at a club and you're bound to have one indescribably lame party.  She's just not that kind of cool.🤣

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11 hours ago, kitsunebi77 said:

I think this may be the most amusing cover to a game magazine I've ever seen.  Like her fellow archaeologist/adventurer Indiana Jones, Lara is a badass, but put them behind the turntables at a club and you're bound to have one indescribably lame party.  She's just not that kind of cool.🤣

Y-you shut your dirty mouth. Lara appeared in a U2 live concert show back in the day. She...she knows what she's doing, and would always lay down the smoothest of beats while out clubbing...and you can't convince me otherwise! ;)

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1 hour ago, Areala said:

Y-you shut your dirty mouth. Lara appeared in a U2 live concert show back in the day. She...she knows what she's doing, and would always lay down the smoothest of beats while out clubbing...and you can't convince me otherwise! ;)

I hope you don't mind if I tell you I find it easier to respect her if I pretend she never did and cannot do any of the things you just said.😉

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Ah, but whatever shameful silliness Angelina Joile gets up to is no more a mark against Lara's character than whatever Bob Hoskins might have gotten up to is a mark against Mario.😉

Btw, I can't tell if you're serious or not, but it is interesting that both the defense and attack upon a specific characterization of a fictional character can both be done in support of said character.  Let's just say that my Lara doesn't listen to U2 or scratch records at raves, and I respect her all the more for it.:)

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